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" Community is founded on man conceived in his wholeness rather than in one or another of the roles, taken separately, that he may hold in a social order. It draws its psychological strength from levels of motivation deeper than those of mere volition or... "
The City: Urban Communities and Their Problems - Page 46
by Alan S. Berger - 1978 - 511 pages
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Alley Life in Washington: Family, Community, Religion, and Folklife in the ...

James Borchert - Biography & Autobiography - 1980 - 352 pages
...personal intimacy, emotional depth, moral commitment, social cohesion, and continuity in time." It "is a fusion of feeling and thought, of tradition and commitment, of membership and volition . . . fundamental to the strength of the bond of community is the real or imagined antithesis in the...
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Principles of Group Solidarity

Michael Hechter - Social Science - 1988 - 288 pages
...It draws its psychological strength from levels of motivation deeper than those of mere volition or interest, and it achieves its fulfillment in a submergence...tradition and commitment, of membership and volition. ... Its archetype is the family, and in almost every type of genuine community the nomenclature of...
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The Protestant Establishment Revisited

Digby Baltzell - History - 1999 - 300 pages
...It draws its psychological strength from levels of motivation deeper than those of mere volition or interest, and it achieves its fulfillment in a submergence...tradition and commitment, of membership and volition. It may be found in, or given symbolic expression by, locality, religion, nation, race, occupation,...
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The Sociological Tradition

Social Science - 1993 - 349 pages
...It draws its psychological strength from levels of motivation deeper than those of mere volition or interest, and it achieves its fulfillment in a submergence...tradition and commitment, of membership and volition. It may be found in, or be given symbolic expression by, locality, religion, nation, race, occupation,...
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Coming Together/coming Apart: Religion, Community, and Modernity

Elizabeth M. Bounds - Religion - 1997 - 184 pages
...where blood ties are presumed to otfer the most immediate, fulfilling, and satisfying relationships. "Community is a fusion of feeling and thought, of tradition and commitment, of membership and volinon.... Its archetype, both historically and symbolically, is the family."108 For many, the family...
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Social Science Quotations: Who Said What, When, and Where

David L. Sills, Robert King Merton - Social Science - 2000 - 437 pages
...It draws its psychological strength from levels of motivation deeper than those of mere volition or interest, and it achieves its fulfillment in a submergence...tradition and commitment, of membership and volition. It may be found in. or be given symbolic expression by, locality, religion, nation, race, occupation,...
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Three Black Generations at the Crossroads: Community, Culture, and Conciousness

Lois Benjamin - Social Science - 2000 - 208 pages
...personal intimacy, emotional depth, moral commitment, social cohesion, and continuity in time. . . . Community is a fusion of feeling and thought, of tradition and commitment, of membership and volition,"26 which finds its symbolic expressions in locality, race, religion, ethnicity, occupation,...
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Historical Roots of the Urban Crisis: African Americans in the Industrial ...

Henry Louis Taylor, Walter Hill - History - 2000 - 297 pages
...psychological strength from levels of motivation deeper than those of mere volition or interest. . . . Community is a fusion of feeling and thought, of tradition and commitment, of membership and volition."20 To these scholars, the existence of social networks, shared traditions, values, beliefs,...
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Beyond Foundationalism: Shaping Theology in a Postmodern Context

Stanley James Grenz, John R. Franke - Religion - 2001 - 298 pages
...arises among the members, a community that emerges as — to cite Nisbet's succinct description — "a fusion of feeling and thought, of tradition and commitment, of membership and volition."104 Theology and Community The insights that have emerged from the liberal-communitarian...
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The Philadelphia Mummers: Building Community Through Play

Patricia Masters - History - 2008 - 256 pages
...rather than in one or another of the roles, taken separately that he may hold in a social order. . . . Community is a fusion of feeling and thought, of tradition and commitment, of membership and coalition" (Bender 1978, 9). I have already given cultural historian Johan Huizinga's definition of...
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